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AppFuse and Equinox get some FishEye lovin'

In addition to many other projects, the Cenqua guys have been kind enough to add FishEye to both AppFuse and Equinox's CVS repositories. You can now view FishEye goodies using the URLs below:

Later today, I'll see if I can hack's browse CVS page to show FishEye instead of Thanks Cenqua!

Update: The hack is complete. IE gives a security warning b/c FishEye is only available at http (not https), but it works fine in Firefox. If you'd like to put FishEye into an embedded iframe in your project, here's the JavaScript I used to do it. View source on any of AppFuse's pages for more information. The JavaScript goes in your www/project_tools.html page.

function fisheye() {
    if (document.getElementById("browsesource") != null) {
        var fisheyeDiv = document.createElement("div");
        var header = document.createElement("div");
        header.innerHTML = "<h2>Browse source code with FishEye</h2>";
        var fisheye = document.createElement("iframe");
        fisheye.setAttribute("src", "");
        fisheye.setAttribute("border", "0");"99%";"700px";"0";"10px";"5px";
        document.getElementById("dirlist").insertBefore(fisheyeDiv, document.getElementById("browsesource"));

Related: Fixing your project's homepage.

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